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The Green Mile Star David Morse Reflects on Working With the Late Michael Clarke Duncan Ahead of 4K Rerelease

This week marks the official release of the Frank Darabont directed Academy Award nominated feature film The Green Mile on 4K Ultra-High Definition home media. The 1999 classic film is notable for a number of reasons, being a non-horror Stephen King Adaptation for one, but also its memorable performance from the late Michael Clarke Duncan. A titan of the cinema not only in stature but in performance, Duncan's performance in the film as gentle giant John Coffey earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. To promote the upcoming 4K release of the film ComicBook.com spoke with co-star David Morse about working on the project and specifically his memories of working with Duncan.
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Shaquille O’Neal: I was offered Michael Clarke Duncan role in ‘The Green Mile’

Could the Oscar nomination have come to be, if Shaquille O’Neal had taken the role he was offered?. Shaq was a guest on this week’s “Marchand and Ourand” sports media podcast, a joint production between the Post and Sports Business Journal, and was asked by Marchand about a role in Hollywood that he turned down.
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